Don't get caught sitting at the server to do administration. (Even though NT seems to encourage that very thing...
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by installing all the admin tools at the server). It's much safer to do it from an NT workstation. Here's how you set up a remote workstation:
2. Run the file: ClientsSrvtools WinntSetup.bat. This will detect your processor and install the correct images into the %SystemRoot%System32 folder. You'll have to press
[Enter]3. Create shortcuts either on the NT workstation's desktop or Start menu for these applications:
dhcpadmn.exe-DHCP Manager poledit.exe-System Policy Editor rasadmin.exe-Remote Access Administrator rplmgr.exe-Remoteboot Manager srvmgr.exe-Server Manager usrmgr.exe-User Manager for Domains winsadmn.exe-WINS Manager dnsadmin.exe-DNS Manager
Now there'll be no chance of accidentally shutting down the server!